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RAD MOBILITY 1 ONLINE Training

Learn about the latest research in fascia and movement, and how to apply it to your clients lives.
$199.00
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INFORMATION

RM-1 takes a decade of research and experience in fascia and distills it down into the key points you’ll need to understand the latest knowledge and teach it to your clients. You’ll learn about how the latest changes in fascial research can help affect the success of your clients.

  • INSTRUCTOR
    Kevin Hendry
  • COURSE TYPE
    Online Training
  • CERTIFICATION
    Continuing Education Credit
  • LENGTH:
    3-4 Hours
  • WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Learn about how pain affects movement and the tools you can use to help assess the situation
  • How mobility works in the body, the types, and definitions.
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of mobility and SMT work. Become an expert in what to do and how to do it.
  • SMT (Self myofascial therapy). What it is and how it works Hint: It’s probably different than you think!
  • The RAD tools are designed very specifically. We’ll take you through the deeper levels of function and application
  • The RAD Mobility Education and tools are the perfect compliment to EBFA's Barefoot Training Specialist Certification. Built around evidence-based programming and the latest fascial research, RAD Mobility is a must-attend course for all health, fitness and movement professionals. - Dr Emily Splichal , Founder EBFA Fitness

    KEVIN HENDRY

    MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

    Kevin has over a decade of experience coaching NCAA Division 1 athletes, CFL football players, Canadian National Team athletes and BC Hockey League players, Based in Vancouver, BC, he is the Director of Education for RAD Roller as well as an author, Practicing Kinesiologist and Strength & Conditioning Coach.

    Kevin is currently pursuing a graduate diploma in Osteopathy.

    “Move well and without pain first. Move more often second. Move with more load, speed and complexity third. Move with optimal mobility always.” -Kevin Hendry